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The family background

In 1927, Alberto Bartali and his wife Leda Pucci founded the estate in the heart of the Chianti zone, on the slopes of the hill on which stands the town of Monteriggioni. Under the management of their son Rivo, the estate took on a more important role in the wine market, extending know-how and commitment to a high quality production. The passion and love for the Tuscan land were passed down from Rivo to his children Alberto, Wanda and Maria, and Wanda’s husband Marco, whose joint efforts consolidated and developed the estate.
Today, the family tradition continues with their children Filippo, Linda and Andrea.

The estate

The estate's capacity exceeds 18,000 hectolitres of wine, with the possibility of processing different products with utmost precision and promptness. The estate has a potential of over 2,500,000 bottles per year in the different bottle formats, which can rely on a modern and rational bottling line.

Campinoti farming estate

The Campinoti farming estate was acquired by Rivo Bartali in 1968. It stretches over 80 hectares of land, 15 of which are vineyards, all facing the beautiful town of San Gimignano.
This estate produces 600 hectolitres of Chianti wine and 300 hectolitres of White and Red Tuscan wine.
The Campinoti estate also boasts 250 olive trees, cropland and woodland.

Villa Casone farming estate

The Villa Casone farming estate lies on 80 hectares of land. The villa that once belonged to Counts Terrosi Vagnoli, was acquired in 1976 and boasts a majestic park, with woodland and cropland. The three children and their respective families live on the Villa Casone estate.

The international experience

Since the '80s, the international market has been one of the key points of the Casa Vinicola Bartali's development. Today the fruits of this passion are exported in five continents and the Alberto Bartali's family values are now shared with many different cultures.

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